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Topic # 216655 6-Jul-2017 15:06
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I have a Dell 7310 myself and love it so I'm always on the lookout for decent Chromebooks. But this time one has popped up and I don't have a need for it for myself or anyone I know !!

 

It's on the Latitude page of the DFO website.

 

IMO $329 including delivery is a bargain for a two month old 3380 with a 3855U Celeron, 4GB and 32GB SSD. It has an Octane score of 16000 which is much better than the rubbish 8600 most of the new N-series celerons give.

 

 


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  Reply # 1814122 6-Jul-2017 20:22
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How do you order?





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  Reply # 1814219 7-Jul-2017 07:19
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lokhor:

 

How do you order?

 

 

Looks like you start a chat window with them and take it from there - according to the text I found looking around that says "To order, Chat Online, and have the "Bundle Reference" number ready to quote to your sales representative."


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1815666 7-Jul-2017 20:08
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I chatted and none are available.


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  Reply # 1819154 10-Jul-2017 20:22
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Some reason they have neglected removing units from the outlet store for a few months now.


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  Reply # 1819293 11-Jul-2017 06:39
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Send an email to Anz_dfo_channel@dell.com

 

 

 

I just received myself a refurbished P2417H (162$) and this monitor is awesome! Took about 3 days to receive it (auckland)




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  Reply # 1822106 13-Jul-2017 20:05
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I bought one of the latitudes the other day so they have stock but they only update the website every week.  

 

If you see something you like you start a chat session and ask them to check the tag number. If it's still available they email you a quote, you check it and then say you agree in the chat session. They then open another window for your CC details and that's it.

 

On this occasion the laptop arrived two days later.


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